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29 d29 dligonglligongl posted:
Waffle Pod Slab with Piers

probably not mandatory here in Canberra, which is odd as I always thought Canberra had stricter regulation - one of the reasons builders site for their insane price here! either…

2 months2 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Engineered flooring options

Good choice - matte finish is trendy and has less reflection and has lesser smudge effect that higher sheen finishes suffer from. we will have spotted gum matte finish…

2 months2 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Layout planning

HaminZa unbelievable you are spending this much thought on someone else's plan - very gracious of you!
I think you have made brilliant…

2 months2 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Outdoor kitchen BBQ

setting outdoor kitchen in the exposed end of alfresco seems to be in trend, you will get the full outdoor feel, esp if you have a larger block with a…

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2 months2 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Colorbond roof

for what it worth; here in Canberra builders are charging (at least in my case) almost same price for colorbond and concrete tiles. I initially choose colorbond due to its…

3 months3 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Anyone had to take neighbors to court fence?

one of my colleague just gone through a bitter fence dispute. He won at last but still cost him north of 10k and he still have to fight to recover…

3 months3 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Knock down rebuild builders

Good to know. I am currently building with a small custom builder here in Canberra around $2000/m2 but with very high-quality inclusions. I always thought Canberra prices are a rip-off…

3 months3 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Building Bayside : Our Glendale 45

looks fantastic! how does this compare to colored brushed concrete pricewise ?

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3 months3 monthsligonglligongl posted:
2 Pac Colour

Thanks CuttingEdgeKitchens.

4 months4 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Custom build Sydney Hills with attached granny flat

.we used Hebel power floor. How much did Nasahi cost? - $40/m2 for materials and $20/m2 for install here in Canberra.

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4 months4 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Custom build Sydney Hills with attached granny flat

My friend finally gone with Nasahi floor panel (aerated concrete) but cheaper than Hebel Power Floor.
https://www.nasahi.net.au/flooring/

4 months4 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Custom build Sydney Hills with attached granny flat

Perhaps also have a look at InsulFloor, see some comparison below (this is a copy paste from a response one of my friend received).
You mentioned that you were also…

4 months4 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Kitchen waterfall edges without scotia - laminate floors

The joiners can take care of the waterfall and kickers. However for the skirting the finish-carpenter needs to come back to fit and paint right ? If your builder is…

4 months4 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Kitchen waterfall edges without scotia - laminate floors

The builder should be able to co-ordinate this, not for free though! For having to come back to finish the work the joiners and carpenter charges the builder which will…

4 months4 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Kitchen waterfall edges without scotia - laminate floors

Thanks you CuttingEdgeKitchens! I will also pass on this details to my joinery to make sure a gap is kept and sealed.

5 months5 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Kitchen waterfall edges without scotia - laminate floors

1- I believe there would be enough space for expansion, I am installing engineered timber and the floor guys are perfectly happy with the gap and said it is within…

5 months5 monthsligonglligongl posted:
2 Pac Colour

Hi Kitchen n Joinery experts,
I am wondering if we can have the colour of a car as the colour for my 2Pac cabinets?
For example, I am quite interested in…

6 months6 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Coral Homes – Grange 29 (St Kilda façade) HB/QLD

That is one properly finished build! and what timing as well! Enjoy your new home!

7 months7 monthsligonglligongl posted:
kitchen countertop and flooring in black and white kitchen

sorry folks, it was a post in a hurry, my bad!

8 months8 monthsligonglligongl posted:
uPVC or Solar - a 10K dilemma!

thanks alexp79. Its already double glazing for me, triple glazing - I don't think I can afford. I probably going to go with uPVC. Your point on solar also make…

8 months8 monthsligonglligongl posted:
uPVC or Solar - a 10K dilemma!

Hi all, trying to choose between windows upgrade to uPVC or rooftop solar, both costs about same (~ 10K). I know they are quite different items, but one saves energy…

8 months8 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Montgomery Homes Carolina

Hi Lia_dvm, which brick is this?

8 months8 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Super soaked corner in backyard

I assume your neighbor is in your north side (given where your alfresco is) , I have a similar situation. Whilst not sure, could it be that your north most…

9 months9 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Building a home with Langdon Builders Ballarat (Horsham)

Looking great !
Are they real stone tile or porcelain/ceramic tiles? It does look real tiles to me. Also, the tile edge trim was it specified, or it is required?…

9 months9 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Let's Talk About Flyscreens

gemwindowsanddoors.com.au is a parked domain
The owner of this domain has yet to point it to a website or online content. This means that the domain is parked.
Some domains are only…

9 months9 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Coral Capri 25 - Gainsborough Greens Pimpama

North facing small window in the master, if that is a very tall window should bring ample light in, as it is perfectly north oriented, other than that it could…

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9 months9 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Coral Capri 25 - Gainsborough Greens Pimpama

Which side is north?

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